Bestival is on the approach this Thursday with Duran Duran, The Chemical Brothers, Missy Elliott and Underworld set to play. Prepare for the weather with suncream and your anorak, it could go either way.
The home of "mind-expanding" music in the UK, the Rob Da Bank curated festival is readying up for their most diverse and ginormous festival to date between September 10 - 13. There's a huge variety of dance acts, DJs and live bands to check out while you're there, just be sure not to burn yourself out too early.
For the most part, the weather forecast should play to the favour of Bestival go-ers. Thursday is set to be blue skied and plenty warm, the skies will take a darker turn as the festival progresses, however - expect some heavy rain on Saturday.
See the full BBC weather forecast below
Thursday 10 September: Highs of 18 degrees C, with clear skies all day so be sure to pack suncream. At night, expect temperatures to drop to a decent 16 degrees C.
Friday, 11 September: Again, sun and highs of 18 degrees C with cloud cover arriving mid afternoon. The night will see a drop to 16 degrees C.
Saturday, 12 September: Highs of 20 degrees C but with a good chance of a heavy rain shower. The rain should become lighter in the night with a drop to a low of 13 degrees C.
Sunday, 13 September: A mix of sun and heavy showers during the day with highs of 17 degrees C. The night will similarly be rainy with lows of 13 degrees C.
Bestival starts this Thursday and lasts until Sunday (Sept 10-13). For tickets and more information, visit here.